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"Starring Richard Wilson & Annette Crosbie, Written by David Renwick."
|People, in Victor Meldrew's view, were created to annoy him. And Victor annoys them too, provoking them to extremes. Sharing the misery, nightmares and confusion are his long-suffering wife Margaret (she'll never forget the day she found Victor buried up to his neck with a flowerpot over his head), friend Mrs. Warboys (she'll never forget that country walk with her foot cemented to Victor's), and neighbors Mr. Swainey and his bedridden mother Pippa (she'll never forget the pile of radioactive manure on her drive) and Patrick (who will never forget the hideous experience of having a crab surgically removed from his genitals).|
This two disc collection includes all seven episodes from Season 4 of One Foot in the Grave!
Editor's NoteVictor and Margaret Meldrew (Richard Wilson and Annette Crosbie) are recently retired upper-middle-class folks who have yet to actually settle down. If anything, retirement has brought them more headaches than the working world ever did. These problems are propelled mainly by Victor's constant gripes at the world around him, which bloom into full-blown debacles, especially when neighbors Patrick (Angus Deayton) and Pippa Trench (Janine Duvitski) become involved. This release includes every episode from the fourth season of this sidesplitting British sitcom.
Cast & Crew
|Christine Gernon - Director|
|David Renwick - Writer|
|John Dunstan - Editor|
|John Record - Cinematographer|
|Jonathan Paul Llewellyn - Producer|
|Laurence Williams, et. al. - Production Designer|
|Mike Houghton - Editor|
|Susan Belbin - Director|
|Susan Belbin - Producer|
|British Academy Awards, Jonathan Paul Llewellyn, et. al., Situation Comedy Award|
|British Academy Awards, Annette Crosbie, Best Light Entertainment Performance|
|British Academy Awards, Susan Belbin, David Renwick, Best Comedy (Programme or Series)|
|British Academy Awards, Richard Wilson, Best Light Entertainment Performance|